As International Labour Organization (ILO) begins the countdown to its 100th anniversary, a new visual identifier has been launched and will be rolled out across around 40 offices worldwide.
The visual identifier brings together past, present and future in its combination of traditional ILO logo, and alongside it the number 100 which is open ended, symbolising that it leaves the door open to the future of work.
The Centenary tagline, which underscores the number 100, is a reminder of the ILO’s core mandate “Advancing social justice, promoting decent work”.
— ILO (@ilo) September 15, 2018
Since its founding in 1919, the visual representation of the ILO has gone through several phases.
ILO is a United Nations agency dealing with labour problems, particularly international labour standards, social protection, and work opportunities for all. It has 187 member states.
Photo courtesy: ILO
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